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McLaren has denied reports that Jenson Button had suffered a leg injury competing in a triathlon over the weekend

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107SS2009

April 29, 2014 10:55 AM

Hoping that this message will get through and somebody at CRASHNET will TAKE NOTE.
THIS IS THE THIRD WEEK THAT CRASHNET F1 HAS BEEN NEAR IMPOSSIBLE TO NAVIGATE.
It is even impossible to contact CRASHNET through the proper means.
This technical problem is for sure causing untold damage to the site.
This message should at least be acknowledged by the moderator right here on this page to prevent further notifications to you.

richard

April 29, 2014 12:53 PM

sunny. as i said a few days ago, i used to have problems, and when i did, i switched from IE to chrome. i dont currently have any problems and i am now using chrome as IE is being reported as being unsafe at present. maybe taz will see your note and help.

how do you post? on a pc, laptop, phone, tablet....? i never use a phone but i have seen complaints from those using phones.

all this new fangled technology...........!!

Taz

April 29, 2014 1:12 PM
Last Edited 232 days ago

@Sunny

Can't be 'arsed' posting here anymore.

Your wasting your breath asking for a response, they still haven't fixed the basic site bugs from years ago.

i would recommend Chrome, fast and secure. Microsoft IE is a colossal pain in the bum for developers as it doesn't correctly adhere to web standards, even in version 11. Safari is ok if your using a Mac or there's Firefox but it's not as good as chrome.

107SS2009

April 29, 2014 1:25 PM

Richard, I use a PC either from in the house or from my workshop, I visit and participate in dozens of sites both F1 and model engineering on a daily basis, the present problems crash net F1 is going through is not encountered anywhere else, these problems has been confirmed to me both by ROB and GOOGOL, since yesterday I have been trying to contact crash as recommended by you only for the site to go off as soon as I submit.
It has been a very frustrating time indeed and I am afraid that it is causing crash untold damage.

Taz

April 29, 2014 1:30 PM

@richard

Yeah, don't use it till the updates come out, effects IE6 to 11 but if you use XP your stuffed as it's no longer supported. Just use Chrome or firefox and avoid IE, it's shoite.

richard

April 29, 2014 1:58 PM

sunny. I looked at the contact page and see that they have an on-line contact form. when I contacted them in the past, they had an email address. going through my "copies" of emails of about a year ago, I have come across one address. suggest you try it with an email.
phil@crash.net

107SS2009

April 29, 2014 2:01 PM

Richard and Taz, I am posting this using chrome (having changed over to chrome), the slowness seems slightly improved but the crash net site problems are still going strong, tried checking by visiting page (Ecclestone avoids 1.2bn tax bill) only the first 10 posts shows-up, unless one posts on that page and only then will the rest show-up.

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